The Democratic Party would do well to remember the outcomes of the 1972 and 1984 presidential elections.
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It will instead be about a post-Trump future.
Today's flippant talk about reparations illustrates a worsening pattern of behavior among congressional Democrats.
The Green New Deal reveals Democratic progressives have embraced Trump's political style: A stew of frivolity and mendacity.
In the end, the British prime minister's rejected agreement might seem marginally less unpalatable than, and the only alternative to, a hard Brexit.
The 41st U.S. president cared more about his legacy than the 1992 re-election he lost.
Sifting this year's other detritus, let us also be thankful for the following amusements.
Donald Trump's presidency is one giant act of trolling.
Trade wars are easy to win — if you sufficiently define victory down.
How can America fix its epidemic of loneliness?